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By JEN COWART On March 12 the McDonald's location on Reservoir Avenue in Cranston celebrated its grand reopening, surrounded by many community members. Owners Steve and Lynne Walach, their sons Brian and Chris, daughter in-law Emmi and grandson Mason, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The New Hope Art Gallery Spring Show opening was held on March 27 at their gallery located within the Michael Traficante Enrichment Center at 1070 Cranston St. They had more than 200 guests visit on opening night, while approximately more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Cranston Historical Society hosted their annual fundraising event, the 4th Annual Victorian Tea at the Governor Sprague Mansion Museum on April 15. The event was a sell-out with approximately 70 in attendance. Laura Johnson, Ph.D., more
The Rhode Island Statewide Chambers of Commerce Business After Hours was held on March 27 at Rhodes 0n the Pawtuxet in Cranston. Business professionals throughout the city participated with vendor tables, while the public was free to roam the banquet more
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation will host the Kentucky Derby-themed annual “Our Heroes” Fashion Show on Saturday, May 5, at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. All in attendance are asked … more
Chester Barrows Elementary School is excited for their upcoming community health and wellness fair, scheduled for Thursday, April 26 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on the school grounds. “The goal is to … more
The Cranston Public Library (CPL) announced that library director Edward Garcia has been elected to the American Library Association's (ALA) executive board. The board consists of the president, president-elect, immediate past president, treasurer, more
By JEN COWART Last week, the Cranston Youth Girls Basketball Association (CYGBA) celebrated the end of another successful year, as approximately 70 of the recreational league's team players and their families gathered together at the Cranston Country more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston public libraries plan on waiving overdue fines for students and henceforth going fine free for all student and teen materials, as long as the $20,000 initiative is passed in the upcoming library budget. Library Director Ed more
By PAM SCHIFF It's a small world, after all. But for the 51 Rhode Island students who were competing at the 30th annual National Geographic Society Geography Bee it is anything but small. Held at the Scottish Rite Center in Cranston, on Friday April 6, more
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